Moderator, singer and actor Florian Silbereisen (38, "Das Traumschiff") presented Schlager again on television on Friday evening (May 29). After his hit festivals were postponed to 2021 due to the corona crisis, the 38-year-old returned with the new MDR show "Welcome to the SchlagerXirkus – Stars & Hits in Leipzig!" back to the screen. However, the show focused on another one: This year's "DSDS" winner Ramon Roselly (26, "Herzenssache"), whom Silbereisen used to greet "in the Schlager-Manege", as he wrote on Instagram.
Million audience for the new hit show
At the beginning of the German hit family, Silbereisen had a surprise in store for Roselly: Randolph Rose (65) was a guest on the show and sang with Roselly the song "100 years are still too short". The song has a special meaning for the "DSDS" winner. It was the first song that he sang for the jury on the RTL casting show "Deutschland sucht den Superstar". In the finale, too, it was the best. Also on the show: Andy Borg, Ute Freudenberg, Beatrice Egli and Ross Antony.
The hit comeback on TV was well received by the viewers. As the media magazine "DWDL" reports, 1.44 million people saw "Welcome to the SchlagerXirkus – Stars & Hits in Leipzig!" At prime time. This corresponds to a market share of 5.0 percent.